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Winter NLI signing Wednesday 2/5/20 @ 12pm HHIHS Media Center

The HHIHS Athletic Department will be hosting the Winter National Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony for those Athletes that are signing during the Winter Period.  The Ceremony will be held on Wednesday 2/5/20 @ 12pm in the HHIHS Media Center.  Friends and families are welcome.  Please arrive by 11:50am to secure a seat.

2020 Boys Soccer Tryouts

Varsity Barker Field Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday February 3 – 5, 2020 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm    JV Practice Field (Swamp) Thursday, Friday and Saturday February 6 – 8, 2020 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Thursday & Friday) 11:00 am – 1:00 pm (Saturday)   Tryouts for the 2020 Boys Soccer teams will commence

2019 Seahawk Classic Basketball Tournament Information

The 2019 Seahawk Classic begins Saturday 12/21 and continues through 12/23. There are two divisions a Gold and Silver division for both girls and boys teams new this year and there will be a total of 32 teams participating. Reminder for fans we have a clear bag no bag policy for spectators. Daily and Tournament

Lady Seahawks Open Season With Road Win

Hilton Head High’s girls opened their season with a 55-41 win at Wade Hampton on Tuesday. Kenzie Ryan led all scorers with 21 points, while Miley Ray added 16, and Emma Moore tacked on 8 for the Seahawks. Hilton Head trailed by as much as eight points in the first half, and fell behind again

BCSD Clear Bag Policy for Athletic Events

The policy, initiated by BCSD athletic directors, is similar to policies in place at other academic institutions across the nation District implements clear bag policy for middle and high school athletic events Posted on 11/22/2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, November 22, 2019 District implementing clear bag policy at middle and high school athletic events BEAUFORT

Girls XC 2019 AAAA State Champs Boys XC 3rd Place

Hilton Head High’s girls raced to a state title at the Class 4A Cross Country State Championships in Camden. The Seahawk girls posted a team total of 61 points to easily defeat runner-up Greenville (92) and earn their first Class 4A title and their sixth overall. All five of Hilton Head High’s scoring runners finished